Pylaemenes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- king of Paphlagonia, c. 108-89 B.C.
a province. King Pylaemenes, a friend of the Roman people
fate, for her kings, Pylaemenes and Nicomedes, were expelled.
- son of Nicomedes III
tering his son's name to Pylaemenes, the common name of
- leader of the Paphlagonians during the Trojan War
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rror to foes. Piso has me from Pylaemenes. & No other hel
being a descendant of that Pylaemenes who, according to Homer, was
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